Dr. Rosenfield is a graduate of the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He took an internship at the Cornell University Medical Center, New York Hospital in Pediatrics. Following that he completed a residency in anesthesiology at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He then took a rotating anesthesiology fellowship at the Presbyterian Hospital of Columbia University in New York City. Following that he became Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Tulane University Medical Center Hospital. After two years of teaching residents and becoming the Head of the Morbidity and Mortality Conference he took a Pain Fellowship at Texas Tech University in Lubbock under the tutelage of Dr. Sam Lipton and Gabor Racz, M.D., both internationally renowned Pain Medicine Specialists. There he learned interventional pain medicine techniques including the placement of spinal and epidural catheters; the use of spinal cord stimulators for neural augmentation, and radiofrequency lesioning for various types of complex chronic pain problems. The use of intrathecal implantable pumps and spinal opioid medications is part of the curriculum. Dr. Rosenfield is board certified in anesthesiology and is fellowship trained in interventional pain medicine. He is a Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, and has extra qualifications in Pain Medicine under the auspices of the American Board of Anesthesiology. He is a founding member of the Texas Pain Society, and a member of the International Spine Intervention Society, the American Pain Society, the Association of Interventional Pain Physicians & FIPP, the American Medical Association, and Texas Medical Association.
Dr. Rosenfield is a national speaker for Ballard Medical Products, a subsidy of Kimberley Clark Corporation, on radiofrequency neurotomy. He has also taught at many national meetings including the Society for Pain Practice Management, International Spine Injection Society as well as other hands-on cadaver workshops to train physicians all over the United States and from abroad in interventional pain medicine techniques.
Dr. Evans received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from East Texas State University in Commerce and soon thereafter took a position with Otis Engineering, a Halliburton subsidiary. He worked in oil and gas well completion for several years in the Texas and Louisiana gulf coast region. He then entered The University of Texas in Arlington, completing one year of postgraduate studies prior to going to medical school at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth.
After graduation Dr. Evans took a one year rotating internship at the Dallas/ Fort Worth Medical Center followed by a residency in anesthesiology and a pain management fellowship along with Dr. Rosenfield at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock. Dr. Evans was trained by Dr. Sam Lipton and Dr. Gabor Racz, as was Dr. Rosenfield throughout the extent of their pain fellowship. Dr. Evans then moved from Lubbock to Georgetown, Texas. There he served as a staff anesthesiologist at Georgetown Hospital. There he practiced both clinical anesthesia and chronic pain management. He served on the Executive Committee and as Chief of Staff of the hospital at Georgetown. He returned to Lubbock, Texas, practiced anesthesia at Methodist hospital, with extensive work in neuro-anesthesia. He has recently returned to East Texas to join his long time friend and former associate Dr. Laurence Rosenfield.
Dr. Evans grew up in East Texas graduating from Sulphur Springs High School in 1972. His greatly diversified life experiences have enabled him to relate to patients on any level. Dr. Evans is a welcome addition to our practice also specializing in interventional pain medicine techniques and spinal diagnostics.